As more federal and state lawmakers propose bills to allow Americans to import medicines from Canada, several Canadian organizations representing hospitals, pharmacies, distributors, physicians, and patients late last week asked the Canadian health ministry to ensure domestic supplies are not disrupted.
The missive was sent just as Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) was set to take a highly publicized weekend trip to accompany a caravan of people with diabetes across the board to Canada to purchase lower-cost insulin. Such trips have generated growing publicity in the U.S., where the price of insulin has become a flashpoint in the wider debate over the cost of prescription medicines, in general.
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